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“A broadly conceived digital humanities would necessarily include the instrumental, methodological, textual, and digitalized, but also new study objects, multiple modes of engagement, theoretical issues from the humanities disciplines, the non-textual and the born-digital.” (Svensson, 2013). It can be identified as an interdisciplinary area that bridges the gap between computation technologies and research and teaching in humanities. By turning physical materials into machine-readable data, quantitative methods allow scholars to think and enable new possibilities for research in a new way to the subject area of traditional humanities.
Svensson, P. (2013). Humanities computing as digital humanities. Defining Digital Humanities: A Reader, 159.